Hap-py New Year and welcome to the second edition of the “Humor in the Workplace” Blog Carnival! Better late than never, right?
To satisfy your insatiable need for humorous anectdotes, I’ve opened the floodgates and scoured the web. As result, not everyone is technically aware that they’re participating in this edition but as soon as they find out, I’m certain that they’ll be flattered, overjoyed and innundating me with posts for future editions.
Without futher ado, may I present “Humor in the Workplace” resolution style. ‘Cuz that’s how we roll!
1. I resolve to put work in it’s proper perspective (Sandee
contributed this short and clever parable about the wisdom of NOT
2. I resolve to find a low-stress job:
(Bob Goldman rates a few professions based on the level of stress. Guess what? I win!!)
3. I resolve to follow these guidelines for all holiday work functions (Cyde Fahlman offers tips to avoid holiday stress but really, they’re year ’round effective!):
4. I resolve to bring joy and levity to my work environment on a regular basis:
(Thanks, Mike! These practical jokes are pretty funny!)
5. I resolve to polish my interview skills……just in case! (Chris shares his interview experiences with us. I feel bad for Chris. Really. I do.):
6. I resolve to keep in mind these all-important tips when participating in meetings (Madeleine Begun Kane gives us the skinny on how to effectively [ha,ha] communicate in meetings):
7. I resolve to not try so hard to be funny (John Kinde lets the secret out of the bag on successful humor):
Thanks to all of our bloggers for submitting to the carnival. We’ll do it again in about one month. If you are interested in submitting to our next carnival, contact us here or by emailing kirstie “at” bradmontgomery.com